Of mortality a music by Julie Kim Shavin

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Published by DreamZion Publishing in Colorado Springs, CO .

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Statementpoetry and art by Julie Kim Shavin ; edited by David C.Z. Wacks
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LC ClassificationsPS3619.H388 O35 2011
The Physical Object
Pagination297 pages :
Number of Pages297
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Open LibraryOL25404105M
ISBN 10146094223X
ISBN 109781460942239
LC Control Number2011923490

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Exploring bereavement, depression, suicide, violence, gore, and fans' responses to the deaths of musicians, it argues for the social and cultural significance of popular music's treatment of mortality and the apparent absurdity of existence.

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